Check for the root. If it is not present then flash stock boot image and try updating again. If root is present then install magisk manager app again and flash uninstaller zip in it.I tried that but i need to unlock the bootloader again. Is there any other method?
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Let say I want to flash the magisk uninstaller, are these the correct steps?
1. Boot to bootloader
2. Unlock then reboot to system
3. Boot to bootloader
4. Boot twrp
5. Flash the magisk uninstaller then reboot
Is that all? What about camera2 API, EIS? Do I have to do it again?
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Ok now the magisk already uninstalled. I just simply long press the app and click uninstall. Not sure whether this way is ok or not but so far it seems ok.
Now I'm having problem to install the june security update. It keeps failing.
If the update still fails then you may have to flash the whole stock rom again from mi flash tool.